Johnny Hardwick is an American actor, voice actor, and comedian. He is primarily known for his role as the voice actor for Dale Gribble in the animated television series “King of the Hill.” Here are some details about him:
Johnny Hardwick was born on September 21, 1958, in Austin, Texas, USA.
Hardwick gained widespread recognition for his portrayal of Dale Gribble, a paranoid and eccentric character on the long-running animated series “King of the Hill,” which aired from 1997 to 2010. He provided the voice for Dale throughout the show’s entire run.
In addition to his work on “King of the Hill,” Hardwick has appeared in various comedy clubs and television shows. He has also done stand-up comedy and performed at events.
While Hardwick is known for his professional work, he has generally kept his personal life relatively private, and there is limited public information available about his personal relationships and other details.
Other Acting Roles:
While “King of the Hill” is his most prominent role, Hardwick has also made appearances in other television shows and projects. However, his voice acting role as Dale Gribble remains his most recognizable contribution to the entertainment industry.
In addition to his voice acting work, Hardwick has also pursued a career in stand-up comedy. He has performed at various comedy clubs and events, showcasing his comedic talents on stage.
“King of the Hill” (1997-2010):
Johnny Hardwick’s most notable role is that of Dale Gribble, a main character on the animated sitcom “King of the Hill.” Dale is a conspiracy theorist and exterminator who often provides comic relief on the show. Hardwick’s distinctive voice brought the character to life and contributed to the show’s success.
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